March 1 Luncheon at Salvation Army

Our next Interfaith Luncheon will be at the Salvation Army – March 1, at 11:30 AM

The Salvation Army is committed to meeting human needs across 48 counties in Upstate New York and Sayre, Pennsylvania. Social service hubs are located in Albany, Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse, with Salvation Army officers and volunteers serving over 200 total communities.

ICGU November Interfaith Gathering at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

The New York Utica Mission


The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

8439 Clark Mills Rd

Whitesboro, New York 13492

Wednesday November 2 @11:30


Our Host will be Jeff Rogers, the Mission President of the New York Utica Mission. He and his wife Mitzie serve as a team caring for over two hundred Missionary Elders and Sisters across most of New York State. We’ll also hear from the local Relief Society President – the Women’s Arm of Church – Nicole Field.

These luncheon meetings are part of an ongoing effort to build a strong Utica area Interfaith Coalition. We invite you to lunch with congregation leaders, CEO’s, legislators … ministers, rabbis, priests, reverends, pastors, imams, and others, toward the goal of a united inter-faith presence in our Greater Utica Area.

Richard Elliott the Organist of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir at Grace Church in Utica

Grace Church, and the American Guild of Organists is sharing a Solo Concert offered by Richard Elliott the Organist of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir

The Solo Concert will be at:

Grace Episcopal Church Friday October 28th grace-church

The Concert will begin at 7:00 PM

This promises to be a delightful evening of music.

The Concert is Co Sponsored by the Central New York Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.

Grace Church is conveniently located on the corners of Genesee and Elizabeth Streets in downtown Utica.#6 Elizabeth St, Utica NY”/grace+church+utica/@43.1014798,-75.2309146,18z/data=!4m8!4m7!1m0!1m5!1m1!1s0x89d94726ac3e8e0f:0x4439693adfc9ae96!2m2!1d-75.2309394!2d43.1010566


Our time at Hospice & Palliative Care

Although patients who find themselves in care through Hospice can receive care for up to six months – the average length of time is only about ten days. What a blessing it is to have caring, experienced, trained help in those very hard times for both the patient and the family. Thank you all at Hospice – for all you do.

Here are a few pics from the gathering.